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  1. Thread: Hello!

    by Litsinger
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    Re: Hello!

    Welcome to Beesource, chad2nelan. I spent the first few years of my life in Aurora- the Denver metro area seems to be experiencing a lot of growth, and hopefully that is presenting opportunities for...
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    Re: Lon Guyland Newbee

    Welcome, Paul. Best of luck to you in your 'accidental' beekeeping efforts. I have had plenty of accidents myself in the beeyard ;).

    Best of success to you in your rescue efforts- are you planning...
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    Re: Hello from Algeria

    Welcome to Beesource, Omar.

    I enjoyed reading the thread you started over on the 'Beekeeping' forum and I look forward to reading more of your posts about keeping Intermissa.
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    Re: Got one at work

    Good looking swarm, JSneed. Congratulations.

    Russ
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    Sticky: Re: Treatment Free in Finland

    Bernhard:

    Thank you for posting this pre-print. I finally had an opportunity to sit-down and read it, and as fate would have it, the final peer-reviewed version looks to have been published...
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    Sticky: Re: Treatment-Free Bungling 2018 - ?

    GregV and AR1:

    I did a quick bit of research, and while it does not look like either Illinois or Wisconsin have a program similar to Kentucky's, it does appear that you both might have access...
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    Sticky: Re: Treatment-Free Bungling 2018 - ?

    Yesterday's high of 77 degrees F prompted me to take my own advice and tear-down Hive #1908 and distribute the resources among new swarm starts.

    When I cracked this Warre open I found...
  8. GregV: Good thread- I enjoyed the read. If the...

    GregV:

    Good thread- I enjoyed the read. If the above is in-fact true, it makes me wonder if a sideliner located in a relatively rural environment and copious drone production might run the risk of...
  9. Now, this is a plan I can get behind- GG for...

    Now, this is a plan I can get behind- GG for Beesource president...
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    Sticky: Thanks, GregV. Long story short, Kentucky has a...

    Thanks, GregV. Long story short, Kentucky has a state Agricultural Development Board that dispenses Tobacco Settlement money to Kentucky farmers to help them diversify away from an obviously changing...
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    Sticky: Re: Treatment-Free Bungling 2018 - ?

    GWW:

    I will look forward to your update when you can- I can certainly identify with how difficult it is to get motivated in heat like this. I also contemplated adding some room to a few new...
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    Sticky: [QUOTE=GregV;1824287] Good point. I figure...

    Good point. I figure that as long as I learn a lesson that helps me gain experience and I won't easily repeat, that's a worthwhile investment.
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    Sticky: Thanks, GWW. I recall reading that you employ...

    Thanks, GWW. I recall reading that you employ them as a rule. I have been pleasantly surprised that they do not appear to significantly contribute to SHB build-up. Now as to whether there is a...
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    Sticky: Thank you, SP. How are things faring in your...

    Thank you, SP. How are things faring in your apiary?
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    Sticky: Wow- I've never seen that before, GregV. Thanks...

    Wow- I've never seen that before, GregV. Thanks for posting- sorry for your troubles.
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    Sticky: Re: Treatment-Free Bungling 2018 - ?

    It's another sweltering day here in the Commonwealth- this July we have had 22 days to-date with daytime highs above 90 degrees F and also a consecutive run of 19 days of 90 plus temperatures.
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    Sticky: Re: Treatment-Free Bungling 2018 - ?

    BigBlackBirds:

    I appreciate you sharing this feedback. It makes intuitive sense to me, but your personal experience with it makes me want to be all the more circumspect when considering the...
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    Sticky: Re: Treatment-Free Bungling 2018 - ?

    Everything remains relatively quiet here in the bee yard. The partridge pea has begun to bloom in earnest and has the bees very active in the early morning while the nectar holds out.

    Hive #1905...
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    Sticky: Re: Treatment-Free Bungling 2018 - ?

    AR1:

    Glad you enjoyed the research paper, and I do apologize for the delay in reply. It has been difficult of late to carve-out time to participate in the forum.

    I too found the discussion...
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    Re: Idiots Apiary

    William:

    I am glad to see you started your own thread, and your TF experience in many ways mirrors my own.

    I too 'inherited' some top-bar Warre equipment and have had a 'love-hate'...
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    Sticky: Re: GregV's Alternative way to keep (have?) bees.

    GregV:

    I enjoyed getting caught-up with your thread. Sounds like you have had a busy and interesting Summer.

    I considered weighing-in on the discussion about genetics, swarminess and the...
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    Sticky: Re: bone head split so far, somebody save the day.

    GWW:

    I always enjoy reading your posts and as I have mentioned before I appreciate your willingness to experiment and observe to learn what happens and then use this information to make future...
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    Re: 20 Year Old Hive Dilemma

    Great post, Lowcountry. Sounds like some good genetics to have around.

    In my very humble opinion you have gotten some good advice on here- the 'less is more' approach of adding a box on top sounds...
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    Re: You don't know til you look

    AR1:

    Glad to read that things continue to progress in your apiary- I am also glad to read that you are making good return on your sweat equity investment.

    I'll look forward to reading how...
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    Re: Hello From South Carolina

    Welcome to Beesource, Lowcountry Beekeeper. Glad you have chosen to join in the conversation.

    Like you, it has proven to be a hot summer here in Western Kentucky- thankfully the rains have been...
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